Jamie Hewlett has designed Gorillaz: Rise of the Ogre, which chronicles the rise of the virtual band. It is published in hardback by Penguin at the end of the month, priced £25.
Uf6 has designed the on-screen graphics for Towers of London, a ten-part documentary broadcasting on Bravo from next week, following a five-piece punk band of the same name.
Dairy Crest’s Country Life brand is making its first range extension with the launch of organic milk and regional cheeses, designed by Springetts. Organic Milk has been designed to fit within the parent brand, while still delivering ‘fresh milk cues’.
Haines McGregor has redesigned Tesco’s Spirits range, which includes Tesco own-label armagnac, cognac, calvados, brandy and gin.
Guerrilla has created the title sequence for Sport Uncovered, a new six-part series broadcasting on Sky from 15 November. The 20-second sequences move through an ‘abstract sporting landscape’.
Architect Zaha Hadid’s installation Forest of Towers comprises 11 small-scale architectural models of her projects. The sculpture is 25m long and 2m wide. It is displayed alongside a model of the Z-Car, Hadid’s first design for a car. The exhibition is on at 55 Holmes Road, Kentish Town, London, from 13 October to 14 November.
An exhibition of record sleeves designed by Soul of Man for dance label Finger Lickin’ will be on show at the Art Vinyl Gallery in London, from 19 October to 2 November.